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23 things non-English-speaking immigrants gave us that we totally don’t need. Not at all.

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… Photo by Dorisall/Wikimedia Commons. 12. A combined 3,060 singles, doubles, triples, and home runs over 16 years playing America’s pastime? Take it or leave it. Ichiro Suzuki only studied English through middle school in japan, and learned to speak fluently once he arrived in the U.S. Photo by Otto Greule Jr./Getty Images. 13. The most devastating cut-fastball in the Major League history? That stays in Panama, and really, who cares? Mariano Rivera didn’t speak a word …

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You Are Robot Boy! Can You Save Japan From Monsters?

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This feature requires JavaScript to function. Yes, that is where I live. I am japanese. japan is a glistening island nation. A land steeped in ancient history, but also on the cutting edge of science and technology. It is where pagodas and skyscrapers coexist. I live in a house with my parents. I am a normal 15-year-old japanese boy. You are Robot Boy, a normal japanese teenager. You live with your parents in a normal house that is a robotics factory. …

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Kim Jong-nam death: Malaysia scraps visa-free entry for North Koreans

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… a deadly toxin without killing or sickening themselves and anyone around them. On Tuesday, a high-level North Korean delegation arrived in Kuala Lumpur seeking custody of the body. Kim Jong-nam was estranged from his half brother, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. He reportedly fell out of favour with their father, the late Kim Jong Il, in 2001, when he was caught trying to enter japan on a false passport to visit Tokyo Disneyland. Isolated North Korea has a long history of ordering killings of …

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A Janitor Secretly Worked On This For 7 Years. No One Knew Til Now… And It’s Baffling Everyone.

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… Kya7y’s dad, who was a janitor at a university in japan, spent more than 7 years working on this… Twitter: Kya7y …30 years ago. Twitter: Kya7y To this point, he has remained completely anonymous and wants no public recognition for his phenomenal work. Twitter: Kya7y Even more incredible, it seems to be completely unsolvable. Twitter: Kya7y Art connoisseurs are going crazy over this, both for its …

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Ordinary Beach Is Transformed When Old Bottles Become Beautiful Sea Glass

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Littering is bad. We’ll say that right away because there’s really never a excuse for pitching your garbage around all willy-nilly. It’s rude, it makes public spaces look unattractive, and it can even be dangerous to animals and other humans. Unfortunately,some places seem to attract more dumping of garbage than others. One of those places is a place on Russia’s east coast, near the city of Vladivostok on the Sea of japan. Naturally, the beach has volcanic black sand, …

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This Photographer Makes The World Look Like Lisa Frank Stickers.

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japanese photographer FUKE transforms the world into a colorful wonderland by just using his camera.. He starts by capturing images of ordinary places around his home in Sanuki and then, as he writes on his website, he “makes his own colors with his feelings and his emotions.” In an interview with Life Treasure Collector earlier this year, FUKE elaborates that he was inspired to take up photography in 2003 when friends would visit him and …

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This Monster Of The Deep Was Just Caught Off The Coast Of Japan

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If you ever find yourself stranded in the middle of the ocean, there are plenty of deadly creatures that you should be afraid of…namely sharks. While some species may leave you alone, there are plenty of rare shark varieties that will not hesitate to kill and eat you because human flesh is delicious. One of those species is the elusive megamouth shark. Lucky for us, one was caught off the coast of japan earlier this month! Megamouth sharks have only been known to science since the …

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Cab Drivers In Japan Are Having A Big Problem With Ghostly Passengers

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Imagine that you’re a taxi driver in Ishinomaki, japan. You pick up a young passenger and ask for her destination. She tells you that she’s headed to the Minamiyama District, which is strange because no one ever goes to the Minamiyama District — not since the tsunami, anyway. You tell her this and she asks, “Have I died?” When you turn around, she is no longer there. Ghost passengers are apparently a common sight among taxi drivers in Ishinomaki, which is one of …

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